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and there are mixed messages from union members who held a demonstration last night. why some of them are saying there is no unity amongst them-- details coming up. a dead body found at san francisco general hospital--- police try to determine if it is connected to the disappearance of a patient. waking up to cooler temperatures this morning. some *major developments in the bart negotiations. we are only days away from a and while negotiations are coming down to the wire,
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union workers will ratify any deal -- even if leaders on both sides agree on everything. and stay connected with kron-4 on the bart negotiations. you can get the latest on our web site -- kron-4 dot com. as well as by checking our facebook and twitter pages. you can also download our mobile app. on the website and the mobile app, we have a section dedicated to bart and even get push alerts to get the latest information. crime tape was up at san francisco general hospital. where a woman's body was been found in a stairwell. the discovery comes more than two weeks, after 57- year old lynn spalding was reported missing from the same hospital. so far, police have not confirmed any connection. hospital officals explain what happened. a hospital employee who saw the body says it was
decoposing and appeared as if it had been there for sometime. san francisco police are looking into how the body got there. even though the body has not been identified.family and friemds of lynn spaulding are speaking out. they say this is not the outcome they were hoping for. while the body has not been identified. family and friends of lynn spaulding. the woman who went missing from the same hospital. are speaking out. covered in a white blanket, the coroner's office wheeled out the body found in the stairwell at sf general. even with no official confirmation it is missing 57 year old lynne spaulding her friends tell kron 4 news this is not the outcome they were hoping for. sot we have been begging sf general for information and the answer just left in
that van family spokesperson david perrry , knew spaulding personally, >>lynne is lively, feisty the life of every party to find her, the family posted fliers near the hospitalwhere she was last seen on septmeber 21st and now on top of their grief, comes anger how could this happen? perry tells kron 4 the family is devestated. >> someone died at mystery tonight the staff horrified and confused earlier today, the hospital called lynne's daughter, only to say they found a body at the hospital. but did not say it was lynne. if officials, do confirm lynne was found here at sg general. the family spokesperson tells me. family and friends have
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weekend at ocean beach. organizers said thousands of people were expected to attend the free event with more than 20 local schools participating. organizers said that they could be fined for trespassing should they decide to go on with the event. ocean beach is part of the golden gate national recreation area which is deemed as a " nonessential " federal service. a santa clara county board of supervisors has assigned a staff to prepare a system of colored signs are restaurants for health inspections had found serious " violations. the proposed policy but have county health inspectors place color place cards for the public to see at restaurants. indicating major county health code violations. the board also asked the health department to prepare a way to assign a more precise numerical score rating that would be posted on the department's web site. former president jimmy carter and former first lady rosalynn carter were in the bay area for the second
day. the two were in the south bay tuesday this time. the former president working on installing a new front door in the former first lady backing me offer a non- profit project close to their hearts. they have been involved with habitat for humanity for years and their work brought them to the south bay monday they were in oakland. the couple owns the house says it's a dream come true. >>: says it is i'm so happy >>james: of the carter said they held that-they loved helping out and giving people a place to call home. smoke from a fire at a lumberyard could be seen for miles and the san jose area. this is video of the fire from helicopter partnership with abc seven news. you can see how the fast-moving
flames laid waste to stacks of redwood decking and another building materials. the padula lumber co. is just off monterey road and a small unincorporated community of coyote. there were hampered by lack of water hydrants in the mostly rural area, firefighters brought in large water tender trucks and set up portable reservoirs' to feed their horses that judge hoses. neighbors said, they heard what sounded like nursing power lines and an explosion. no word yet from cal fire as to the official cause. but check-in with weather. the morning erica. >>erica: really just depends on where you are. santa
rosa and 52 degrees. 24 hours ago where were at 42. will 50s up the door in concord. will have our fair share of forties' that includes napa and vallejo to it. wins also starting to pick up. that would be the trend throughout the day. right now 40 mount are sustained winds. as we head into the afternoon expect sunny conditions permit or looking at a 10 percent chance for rain and the self bay. -south bay. evergreen hitting a high of 72. and east bay also looking at a 10% chance for showers. temperatures a lot cooler than the past couple of days. walnut creek is one of the warm spots. 69 degrees for union city. downtown's san francisco checking and
as 68 below seven east of the east bay shoreline. amex of low to mid '70's north of the golden gate bridge. bailey city today checking in at 64. satellite and radar shows the showers rotating arm around the bay area bringing light rain and even some snow to the sierra. i think the bay area will stay dry but do keep your umbrella in the back of your car just in case. of in the sierra we are looking for snow makes about 6,500 ft.. highs today only in the mid to upper 40's. as we head into the next couple of days however expect sunny and warm conditions so perfect weather if you're heading for the rest of the weekend. your 7 day around the bay forecast highlights warmer weather. still below average. we don't reach '80s until next week as the traffic around the bay area,
we are keeping an coast side all what could be a potential fatal accident. but on ramp to interstate 880 is currently completely shut down. all lanes are shut down. you can't take that on a ramp to read this is in pursuit of a injury accident occurring around 2:00 hour. no impact on the freeway right now but this certainly could be a problem later on in the commute as this alert has been issued. we have a live crew heading to the same with more details. as for the rest of the ride are from the bay area. the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza is an easy ride as you work your way into san francisco. san mateo bridge running smoothly. your drive time is 12 to 13 minutes. no issues whatsoever for the golden gate bridge. checking lots of space between cars. as a ticket back to the traffic map. highway 101 coming out of the coyote valley looks good and for those of you interested to 80 the clock all agree on the road when
sensors showing speeds over 50 mi. an hour. >>james: for 20 on the clock now. police in fremont have arrested a teacher for reportedly molesting a student at john f. kennedy high school. david williams a 66 year-old from union city is accused of touching it to inappropriately and according to police, he did more than once in the last few weeks. williams, who has been a math teacher at school for the last 10 years is now on paid leave from the school. the district superintendent says he cannot be placed on unpaid leave until he is arraigned. that could come as early as november 1st. police are still investigating whether there could be additional victims. a 68 year-old man living as sunnyvale child care facility is in police custody after officer said
he sexually abused children there. jose velandria is charged with five felony counts of lewd and and lascivious acts by force on a child under age 14. velandria is a relative of the person owns and operates the facility and he was arrested for allegedly abusing two children at belen's child care home and the 700 block of wolfe road. police have not release details of his relationship to the owner. an update on their road rage beating in new york that was captured on video. somewhere in the middle of the recent attack on the new york family and nsc be there was an off-duty an undercover detective reportedly joining in. please have not confirmed, that the officer
is now in custody facing right and criminal mischief charges. authorities say, there is video showing him hitting and kicking the sec before the driver was pulled from the car. at least one other police officer is being investigated and could also be charged. the wife of one of the bikers who was injured when the panicked lien drove over him. says she would have reacted differently. these are photographs of st v being towed away by police. five bikers have not been charged in the case including the detective. one of the other bikers was arraigned yesterday on charges including assault. 423 right now. new developments in the brutal attack at a san leandro safeway. police say they
have arrested the man who punched the manager of the supermarket. police and san leandro released a surveillance video of the incident hoping it would lead to an arrest. you will see the suspect punched the manager after a brief conversation 39 year-old charlie johnson was arrested at his home in oakland. the motive is still unclear. the manager of the safeway on a bancroft avenue was badly injured last month. he immediately fell to the ground when he was hit. police are now releasing the mug shot of the suspect until the victim has had a chance to identify him. the manager of the safety remains in the hospital in serious condition. no one in hayward police officer accused of extortion pled not guilty. romeo aberin in a six year-is a six year veteran of the department. he allegedly told a woman who is suspected of writing fake prescriptions that if she gave him $500 cash heat
would make her criminal case " go away. " aberin is the second hayward officer in trouble with the law. not even two weeks ago, police arrested former hayward officer richard macleod in for sexually abusing girls while he worked as a teacher at the livermore after- school program. --mcleod. we will be right back.
the government shutdown.now in its ninth day.is disrupting government services across the nation. it's impacting everything from furloughed government workers.to national parks and monuments. now barbara starr reports it's taking a toll on grieving military families who are trying to bury their loved ones. >>: these families are being denied benefits until the government shutdown is over. >>: appalling, frightening trend should we be embarrassed about this. this shouldn't to be ashamed. >>: he became a marine to become somebody and he became a great marin. >>: but his family and others will not get pentagon funding to go to dover to
meet their loved ones. the program is frozen until the shutdown is over. thought that funeral and burial expenses will not be reimbursed. at $100,000 cash payment to survivors top. miller works with grieving families. there is concern for those who don't have a lot of money and not >>: the benefits are especially critical because they provide the opportunity to make decisions quickly permit them to her brother was killed and are back in 2007. >>: there in number of unexpected expenses that we had not anticipated that our lives because we certainly it had never thought my brother with daiquiri, some republicans said the pentagon are re-test already has the all started to pay the benefits but promise a quick piece of legislation to make sure that happens >>: pentagon officials are adamant. but they say the
proof is it that congress is talking about a fix. that proves the need a legislative solution. but in the meantime, a number of corporations and groups that support military families have quietly stepped forward and are offering up their financial support for it to families and their time of grief. barbara star, cnn, the pentagon. >>james: when we return a look at your top stories and it weather. to those who've waited...
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shut down for the time being. our will give you an idea of where i'm at. i'm basically right off of highway 883 according to the chp at around 132 of their thought see if the vehicles were at a construction zone. at that point they saw a car go by with a flat front of right tire print that point they got behind a vehicle. at that point the vehicles worth of the left. hit the center divider. came across all lanes of traffic on over the embankment and rolled down on to central avenue off ramp. unfortunately it the driver of that vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene. at the corner was called in the body has been taken away the to concede a vehicle still remains here at the scene. i'll go back down to the ground camera and tell you that investigators will be out here for quite a while this morning. read even see the
tire. the one that they said was a flat writing on a limb. word from c h p is that central off ramp is going to be closed probably for some time this morning probably closer to 7:00 a.m. until they get this thing wrapped up. but for now central avenue on westbound 80 is closed. it will remain that way for several more hours >>james: thank you jacki. we will keep tabs with him as this thing develops. meanwhile, kron4's mike pelton is at s.f. general with more. but a hospital employees as the body looked like a patient when spalding but they are not confirming the identity of the body. here's the scene from yesterday. you could see it guards
guarding three hospital spokesperson says they've rarely use the stairway and the body was discovered yesterday morning around 10:00. a witness tells us the body appeared to have been there for some time and authorities are not confirming much at this point as a day and the hospital investigate what happened. >>: it is a not very used stairway to read it is a fire stair wiper it is very concerned that this body was found where it was distressed. we do not know what happened. that is our top priority to find that out. >>: so i authorities at this point are not confirming the identity of the body but when spalding a 57 year-old patient went missing two weeks ago. she was being treated here for an infection. her family said she might have been confusion because of all of the medication she was taking so that family is very anxious. we're hoping to get an update from hospital officials later on this morning as a study to
answer how this happened and why. >>james: thank you mike. major developments now in the negotiations about the possible bart strikeand while negotiations are coming down to the wire, recent progress has stopped the bart unions from issuing a strike notice -- for now. however, none of this means that union workers will ratify any deal -- even if leaders on both sides agree on everything. tuesday evening nearly 200 bart employees and those sympathetic to their cause marched to the cal trans
building demanding a fair contract nats union leaders took the stage and tried to rally the crowd sot antonette bryant/atu sot pete castelli/seiu but some were having none of it? some calling for a strike? calling for shutdown? sot sot while its unclear just how many there are, some here feel union negtiators are selling them down the an emergency situation. that's how bay area business groups are characterizing another possible bart strike. kron 4's maureen kelly has the suggestions they are making to employers. which could help ease the expected gridlock.
crime tape was up at san francisco general hospital. where a woman's body was been found in a stairwell. the discovery comes more than two weeks, after 57- year old lynn spalding was reported missing from the same hospital. so far, police have not confirmed any connection. hospital officals explain what happened. a hospital employee who saw the body says it was
decoposing and appeared as if it had been there for sometime. san francisco police are looking into how the body got there. even though the body has not been identified.family and friemds of lynn spaulding are speaking out. outcome they were hoping for. >>erica: focusing on afternoon highs, is to bend, one accrete 76. temperatures mainly in the low '70's down the east bay shoreline. as we turn our attention to the south bay it's going to be partly cloudy. breezy at times.
campbell won by a 73 percent upper 60s today for downtown san francisco. as we focus our attention on the north bay. napa checking in at 75 am is '70s over and fairfield. his seventh day of around the bay forecast highlights cooler weather today. a bit of a warm-up as we head into the weekend. as for traffic around the bay area. we are tracking a fatal accident which according to jack is live shot looks like the off ramp to westbound 88 at central avenue permit you may have some problems getting off of the freeway. the freeway itself looking pretty good with a grain of the broadway centers. bridges all look fine. here's an approach to the bay bridge toll plaza permit san mateo bridge to drive time just what to 13 minutes. last but not least here's the golden gate bridge for your our problem and incident free. timer now
and forth. i had my hopes up pretty high it but i definitely think they will come back. >>: they will do it at home. >>: they are going to be able to do that and oakland. that's all i'm going to separate >>: bartolo is going to come through. >>james: the two teams will meet one more time tomorrow night at the zero got cold. game 5 will determine who advances permit it starts at 5. if you don't have tickets to concede the game on cbs. >>: thomas roe scored four goals the sharks won their third street of the young season. it about their opponents 17 to 4 per it
temperatures rarely dropping off today is going to be the coolest day of the week. cooler air mass of the land and. we're seeing low seventies down the east bay it quiet pattern around as we start the next work week. it's very season a week ahead of us. more on your forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. i want to talk about tffic around the bay area permit an accident on central avenue was off ramp. is it alert has been issued. chp crews are on the scene. we have a live report there so we will give you more updates throughout the morning. keep that in mind for your westbound ride this morning. no estimated time of reopening of that crap. the rest of the bay area looking well. here's your approach to the bay bridge. no wait here at the pay
gates. san mateo bridge problem free drive times just of to 13 minutes for it and live look at the golden gate bridge. traffic is flowing fast-flowing. peninsula traffic moving well. for those of you taking public transit this morning and are good to go with no reports of delays for ac transit bart or eighth train no. 1. >>james: worries about l.i. schools have led to a surprising man. >>: to many rules and too many regulations i think. >>: tossing a football during recess seems to be a right of passage for kids in this community until now >>: students at weber middle school and fort washington for just informed that during a recess football is
out. nurse ball as an a. soccer balls have been banned along with baseballs and lacrosse ball separate even rough games of tag or car twills unless supervised by a coach. >>: up cartwheels and tech. that's your free time to let loose and recharge. >>: that's all we wanted to permit or in school all day. >>: the superintendent says the change of policy is due to a rash of playground injuries. >>: some of these entries can unintentionally become very serious and we want to make sure that our children have fun but are also protected. >>: without helmets and pads children are more susceptible to getting hurt. >>: what kind of injuries are you saying? a >>: head injuries, bumps, scrapes, concussions. >>: some parents believe is really about liability in lawsuits. >>: children safety is paramount but at the same time you have to let them live life. >>james: and yet you do.
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top stories we are following on this wednesday, october 9th. we are only days away from a second possible bart strike and there are mixed messages from union members who held a demonstration last night. police at a san francisco hospital are trying to determine if a death is connected to the disappearance of a patient. more detials, ahead in a live report.
and live pictures from the scene of police activity that has an on-ramp to interstate 80 *shutdown at this hour. we'll have a live report, ahead. we are watching the weather this morning as cooler temperatures make their way to the bay area. we are taking a live look at toll plaza on your left. walnut creek on your right. >>mark: kron4's jack is as low as live on the stand right now with this vehicle on its side on central avenue on the the on ramp to 83 and jackie what is happening? >>gabe: up the morning. it's actually the on ramp. chp officers are continuing the investigation. i'll also go
to the mass camera to give you an idea of exactly where i'm at a long quest about 83 according to chp patrol officers were on a construction zone about a mile and a half. at about 140 this morning that's when they noticed this minivan drove by dan with a flat front right tire. basically it was riding on its rams. cause a tremendous amount of noise. at that point the chp vehicle got behind the band started to initiate a stock. at that point the van swerved severely to go left hit the center divide all west about 83 went back across all lanes of traffic to the right. went down on the embankment, rolled over and unfortunately the driver of that vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene. now central avenue off ramp remained closed right now. i can tell you that investigators from the chp special investigative
unit to have just arrived out here. how long is it going to take? we do not know exactly permit probably several more hours. you could see westbound a deep breath above where the accident happened. the off ramp will remain closed until the investigation wraps up perhaps a row 78 them is what they are expecting. >>james: san francisco police are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found general. this comes more than two weeks after a 57-year old patient disappeared from the hospital. kron four's mike pelton is live at s-f general with an update, mike? crime tape was up at san francisco general hospital. where a woman's body was been found in a stairwell.
the discovery comes more than two weeks, after 57- year old lynn spalding was reported missing from the same hospital. so far, police have not confirmed any connection. hospital officals explain what happened. a hospital employee who saw the body says it was decoposing and appeared as if it had been there for sometime. san francisco police are looking into how the body got there. even though the body has not been identified.family and friemds of lynn
following involving the possible bart strike. we are now down to less than 48 hours before the cooling off period expires and there's still no deal between bart and its workers now there's an added twist. as many bart workers seem to be unhappy with their union leaders. kron four's will tran is live at the west oakland bart station with more, will? and stay connected with kron-4 on the bart negotiations. you can get the latest on our web site -- kron-4 dot com. as well as by checking our facebook and twitter pages.
you can also download our mobile app. on the website and the mobile app, we have a section dedicated to bart and even get push alerts to get the latest information. new this morning. asiana airlines and its pilots have come out publicly -- blaming the plane's auto- throttle. for the july crash of flight 214. a crash that killed three people and injured some 2-hundred others. the auto- throttle is used to maintain the speed of the plane. with flight 214, the plane was flying 30 knots under its target landing speed of 137 knots, and had dipped well below the normal flight path. into s-f-o. the preliminary investigation by the n-t-s- b said no mechanical problems were found, but the agencys' investigation is ongoing.
not notice the suspect who killed a university last month flash a gun several times. many interviewed say they were so absorbed on their phones and tablets that they didn't see it. nikhom thephakaysone is accused of fatally shooting 20-year-old justin valdez in the back of the head as valdez exited the train. the 30-year-old thephakaysone has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the sept. 23 slaying. prosecutors have said he was looking for a victim and randomly chose valdez. coming up on the kron four morning news. the government shutdown is affecting on popular san francisco landmark. we'll tell you what owners of the * cliff house have to say about closing their doors. plus-- a new report out this morning says * apple is losing their edge. and customers. we'll take a look at how many smartphone users are not going with apple's products. and two more arrests have been made after bikers attacked an s-u-v driver in new york city. why the n-y-p-d has arrested one of its own detectives, coming up. republicans and democrats have made no significant progress is getting federal employees back to work and raising the debt limit. a plan by senate democrats to increase the government's borrowing ability by a trillion
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documents and an uncashed check for nearly 18-hundred dollars inside 34-year-old miriam carey's car carey's one-year-old daughter was in the back seat during the chase and shooting.but was uninjured. come there are reports carey suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. the united states is preparing to announce. that it is cutting off aid to >>jacqueline: it is clear outside but chilly. you noted some activity to our east. we will see a rain and snow makes a ride around. just a 10 percent chance of
showers as we head into the afternoon. that tam percent chance includes the south bay. mountain view cooler than yesterday. 72 today. former through santa clara it will be slightly warmer far east bay anterior spots. danville 73. fairfield a high of 74. downtown's san francisco today will stay and the six disparate will see 60s along the mid peninsula, the coast line. '70s north of the coastal mine. futurecast 4 shows into today you will notice a cloud of again looks like in the shower rig activity in. we will see it rain above the sarah about six to 500 ft..
an undercover new york police detective accused of taking part in a biker assault on a motorist is scheduled to be arraigned in court today. among the group of bikers connected to this video were at least two members of law enforcement -- undercover and off-duty. one of them, 32-year-old n- y-p-d detective wojciech braszczok now faces felony
criminal mischief and riot charges. a law enforcement official says that braszczok didn't inform his supervisors about the attack until three days later. the wife of one of the bikers who was injured when the panicked s-u-v driver drove over him. says she would have reacted differently. these are photographs of the s-u-v being towed away by police. five bikers have now been charged in the case. including the detective. one of the other bikers was arraigned yesterday on charges including assault. more than 16-thousand applications for california's health
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former nfl tight end aaron hernandez is scheduled for arraignment today in a massachusetts court. hernandez is charged with murder in the death of 27- year-old odin lloyd, a semi-professional football player who was dating the sister of hernandez's girlfriend. hernandez's girlfriend also is facing charges. looks like for now the state of missouri has the cheapest gas in the country. according to triple-a the average price in that state
apple is now for selling out of it's products. but now the tech giant is nearly out of new customers, we'll explain coming up after the break. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows, all three indexes in the positive. the political turmoil in the capitol isn't doing a lot for investor confidence. stocks opened flat yesterday moved steadily lower, and slumped in the final minutes of trading. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow lost 160, ending
> >> a mini van made eight left hands were and hit the center divider. it went across all of these lanes of traffic on westbound 80. it ultimately went down this embankment. it ended on central avenue. unfortunately the driver of the vehicle was pronounced dead. there is no happened or what was going on to make him swerved and they go back across these lanes of traffic. as far as off land how long will it be closed? there is no indication right now how long this will be closed. the chp officer that i spoke
with stated that maybe by 7:00 a.m. they could have this back open. i can tell you that they're bringing it light out here so that the investigators can do more searching. >> if you normally takes center ave you have to take an alternative route because it will be closed for while. >> let's now go to george. >> the day before yesterday's we had a problem with a tanker truck that was overturned. it was blocking the carl's slson area. we were sitting in the commuters to use this as an alternate. you will have to use the one before central ave. you have to take a short detour and it will bring your ride still center revenue. we're
already seen just a brief slowdown on 80 westbound. if this could become so the sea where the rest of the back of his start to grow. this is just a we saw the other day. >> we're starting the morning off again in the 40's. now is at 44 degrees. 50s currently in livermore in downtown san francisco is you can expect partly cloudy conditions. we're looking at a 10% chance of showers. it really doesn't look too lightly but do not get caught off guard. summit skies and slightly warmer conditions. we will see one
another as we head into the weekend and i will break down your 7 day forecasts coming up. >> the time is 5:34 a.m.. there are new developments in the brutal attack at a san leandro safeway store. police say, they have arrested the man who punched the manager of the supermarket. police in san leandro released this surveillance video of the incident. they hoped that it would lead them to an arrest. you will see the suspect punched the manager after a brief conversation. 39 year-old charlie johnson was arrested at his home in oakland. if the manager of the safeway on bancroft avenue, was badly injured last month, he neatly fell to the ground when he was hit. >> muni's passengers say bay
did not notice a suspect who killed a university student last month. many interviews say that they were to enter their phones and there tablets a day did not see anything. nikhom thephakaysone is accused of fatally shooting 20 year-old justin and valdez in the back ahead. the 30 year-old suspect has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges of the september 23rd slaying. prosecutors have said that he was looking for a victim and he just randomly chose him. >> state regulators have told to pacific gas and electric to keep a san carlos gas pipeline shut down until they verify that it is safe. the utility complied with the judge's
order and shut it down. the judge ordered the shutdown after san carlos city officials discovered that an e-mail saying that the genie's records incorrectly showed that the line containing a new work, more reliable weld that it actually had. >> a law student from hastings college of law has been charged with multiple felonies after running over an innocent bystander while chasing her attacker. off police say that meghan zato struck 25 year-old jane this roda with her mercedes early saturday. he had been attacked by vandals after a friend told him that he was spray-painted a library. police said she was chasing the vandals in her car and she struck him. >> scientists martin
karplus, michael levitt and arieh warshe forl have won this year's nobel prize in chemistry. as you could see pitcher here he is a professor of a structural biology at the stanford school of medicine. throws swedish academy of sciences cited the three researchers for their development of a multi scale models for complex chemical systems. earlier this week, to bear researchers won the nobel prize in medicine for discoveries. >> onto baseball. the oakland a's now face a decisive game 5 at home against the tigers. this is of the play everyone is talking about. victor
martinez's disputed home run, and josh reddick out to make the case, the disputed home run was just one of the number of plays that did not bring oakland's way. the most obvious blown opportunity was bloated bases in the case with no outs. oakland a's and their fans will try to put this one behind them. >> the oakland a's are going to come back. that will do it at home. >> they will not be able to do this in oakland. >> here's want to come through for us. >> so the two teams will meet one more time tomorrow night for their decisive game 5. the game starts at 5:00 p.m.. if you do not have tickets, you can watch it live on the tbs. >> coming up: the kron4
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the east, and you will notice slightly warmer conditions. we are looking for a 10% chance of showers. woman creek will have a high of 76 degrees. san francisco only climbed to the upper 60s. you can expect a good mixture of low 70's. here is what is going on satellite and radar you will notice that we are seeing showers. the showers could continue to bring light rain to the south and for some of the east bay's oscar. as of right now does not look too lightly. is to keep your umbrellas handy. >> future cast 4 shows a gain that we will have rain to the east as we had throughout the day. we may pick up moderate showers for tracy and this is out of the bay area. just expect a
decrease in cloud cover. it looks like it will be breezy at times. if you're going to talk whole stor we will be dealh lowe's at the freezing mark. we are ripping a for ski season. the 7 day around the bay is highlighting that the temperatures will be seasonal with 80s for your warmest spots. >> the time is by 40 8:00 a.m.5:48 a.m.. >> off ramp from the freeway to central is closed and will be for another hour what chp continues with this investigation. there was a rollover, fatal accident. the backup is very minor and we were concerned it will start to back things up early but it has not yet. if
centro is sure commute you should use a different route. there was a stall right at the westbound direction coming from melinda. so far the sensors have not indicated that there is some type of delay. >> take a look at your bridges, the bay bridge westbound is starting to back up in the cash lanes. there are no problems reported across the span. the san mateo bridge, 92 is easy and we are incident free. for the golden gate bridge, you're ride to and from marin county is without any delays. the bottom seems to be up. it is not account for a slow traffic. >> a popularse sand castle contest in san francisco has been postponed due to the federal government shut down. leaps 30th anniversary
sand castle contest was planned for this weekend at a loss and the beach. organizers say that thousands of people were expected to attend this event. organizers said they could be fined for trespassing should they decide to go forward. >> a famous tourist spot in san francisco is also shut down after the government shut down. many tourists were surprised that the house is even part of the shutdown. this means that the cliff house 170 employees will be without paychecks. customers who were thrilled to get a seat at the counter made the most of their last meal. >> customers were thrilled to get a seat on making the most of their last meal here for a while. >> other national parks are
forced to close to the shutdown are muir woods and fort point. all concessions in national parts are required to close. >> i know it is pre-season, but it is hockey. this is a story that everyone is talking about. tomas herti scored four goals, and the san jose sharks beat the new york rangers 9-2. hiss from
checkoslavakia, it is just a few weeks shy of his 20th birthday. he is the youngest player to score that many goals in 25 years. his mom and stands, with tears of joy during the game over her son's amazing performance. >> the raiders will play a regular season and sunday met london's wembley stadium. the exact date an opponent will be announced later. be one of the three nfl regular-season games to be played in london next year, along with the jacksonville and atlanta playing host. oakland played an exhibition game at old
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school this morning around the bay area. that is because it is international walk and roll to school day. state senator marked leno, supervisor ed davidsodamark lenn ofdavid comp's and chief of david compos and chief greg suhr will be walking with students and parents. if you are participating send usher pitchers to breaking news us your picturesa
breaking news @ kron4.com >> common among the kron4 morning news we are learning more about the deadly asiana plane crash. the pilots of deathlike are now speaking out. >> we are learning new details about the shooting on capitol hill that happened the last month. what police are now saying about the items that they found in the suspect's car. >> we are also watching wall street this morning. we will have the opening bell live as 6:30 a.m..
>> top stories we are following on this wednesday, october 9th. we are only days away from a second possible bart strike and there are mixed messages from union members who held a demonstration last night. >> police at a san francisco hospital are trying to determine if a death is connected to the disappearance of a patient. more detials, ahead in a >> happening now. an off- ramp to i-80 to shutdown due to police activity. kron four's jackie sissel is live at central avenue in el >> chp are on the scene. you concede the lights behind